St Pancras, St. Pancras or Saint Pancras may refer to:
- Pancras of Taormina, bishop martyred in 40 AD in Sicily
- Pancras of Rome, teenager martyred c. 304 AD, after whom the following are directly or indirectly named
- United Kingdom
- St Pancras, London, a district of London
- St Pancras Old Church, a mediaeval church after which the district was named
- St Pancras New Church, a 19th-century church built when the above fell into disrepair
- St Pancras and Islington Cemetery, in East Finchley, opened when the churchyard became full
- St Pancras Hospital, occupying the former workhouse and surrounding the old churchyard
- St Pancras railway station, a national and international railway station
- King's Cross St. Pancras tube station, a London Underground station attached to the railway station
- Metropolitan Borough of St Pancras, a local government area (1899-1965)
- St Pancras, Soper Lane, a church in the City of London
- Church of St. Agnes and St. Pancras, Toxteth Park, a church in Liverpool, Lancashire
- St Pancras Church, Ipswich, a church in Ipswich, Suffolk
- Priory of St Pancras, Cluniac priory in Lewes, Sussex
- St Pancras Church (Kingston near Lewes), 13th-century church in Kingston near Lewes.
- St Pancras Church, Exeter
- Church of Saint Pancras, Widecombe-in-the-Moor, Devon, England
- Rest of the world
- Sint Pancras, a village in North Holland, Netherlands
- Parish Church of the Immaculate Heart of Mary and St. Pancras, Montevideo, Uruguay
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